Little Saganaga Lake in the Boundary Waters in Minnesota Photo taken on: September 21st, 2012 by Steven Prorak
Beautiful isn’t it? I can’t wait! It’s another road trip, but this time to the North Woods of Minnesota, the Boundary Waters Canoe Area.
My trip to the North Woods of Minnesota is last minute, and is coming right off the back of my road trip south to Myrtle Beach. So, unfortunately, no “What’s to Like About Rockford” post for the month of June, because basically, I haven’t spent much of June in Rockford. Just unpacking and repacking. By the way, what one takes to the beach is not the same as what one takes to the woods.
I’ll do two “Rockford” posts in July to make up for it though, I promise 🙂
And a post about road trips. I have a lot to say about road trips.
And maybe something cool will happen on my trip North. I’m always open to cool.
Matheson in 2008, from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
There are a handful of writers who I adore. Writers who sent my imagination soaring when I was a young girl and made me want to become a writer. Writers who influenced me as I developed my own writing style. Richard Matheson is one of those writers. He passed away peacefully yesterday surrounded by his loved ones.
A science fiction and horror short story author and novelist, if you haven’t read his work, you’ve certainly heard of it: I Am Legend and What Dreams May Come were both made into popular movies, neither of which reflect the actual content of what Matheson wrote.